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"Myanmar is adjacent attached to seacoasts, scenes of beaches you can view, and also enriched Hill land, Mountain View Point could also be enjoyable. Rivers, Streams, Lakes and Ponds abundance make you feel pleased on boat-rides. As most people in Myanmar are Buddhists, there are so many Pagodas, Buddha Images, and Monasteries to visit elsewhere. Ethnicity collective unique Myanmar is able to be observed variety of Customs and Traditions, and not an Industrial nation yet, still a developing country, Hand-crafts are reliable that could study Hand-made Domestic Works a lot."
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EU Honors Myanmar Rights Advocates at Fourth Schuman Awards
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Inya Lake hotel receives 36th Blue Plaque from YHT
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Fighting Blocks off Food Supplies to Myanmar’s Chin State Township
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Shwesandaw Pagoda
The Shwesandaw pagoda is one of the taller pagodas in Bagan.
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Maungmagan Beach
Maungmagan is a village and beach located approximately 12 kilometers north-west of Dawei, the capital of Taninthayi Division.
Dawei
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Naypyidaw Union Territory
Naypyidaw formerly known as Kyetpyay, Pyinmana or Kyatpyay, Pyinmana) is the capital city of Burma, also known as Myanmar.
Naypyidaw
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Mawtinson Pagoda
Mawtinson Pagoda is the most famous pagoda in Pathein.
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Dry Zone Oasis
This time travel is the Trip to Twynma Lake at Kani Township in Sagaing Division nominated as Upper Myanmar (Dry Zone) Oasis.
Monywa
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Panbu (Sculpture)

The art of Panbu (Sculpture) means the one which produces figures and floral designs made of wood or ivory. The artisans make the figure of human beings and animals and floral designs. Myanmar’s traditional sculpture emerged before the Bagan period and it improved in the middle of Bagan Era. Myanmar’s sculpture base t...

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Myanmar Traditional Cane Ball (Chinlone)

Chinlone (also known as caneball) is the traditional sport of Myanmar. Chinlone is a combination of sport and dance, a team sport with no opposing team. In essence chinlone is non-competitive. The focus is not on winning or losing, but how beautifully one plays the game. It is also similar to Keepie uppie.

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Panyan (Masonry)

The art of Panyan (mason) is an enterprise which constructs the buildings using bricks, stones and cement. The masons build brick houses, pagoda, bridges. Myanmar’s traditional masonry works enjoys world wide renown for the ancient pagodas and other religious buildings around Bagan region. The Myanmar’s traditional ma...

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Embassy
There are a list of Foreign Embassies in Myanmar and Myanmar Embassies around the world. We hope it can be useful for you what want to know about Myanmar and where to go with ease and security when you are travelling in Myanmar.
Currency
The kyat is the currency of Myanmar and the currency code for Kyats is MMK. US dollar is the most acceptable currency. You can exchange money at banks, airports, shopping centers and down town easily now.
Spoken Language
Burmese is the main language, but English is spoken by many people in cities and tourist areas (to varying degrees of proficiency); most hotels and tour agencies have some staff with a reasonable level of understanding.
Food In Myanmar
 
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Rice Noodle Salad
Meal Of Bamar People

In Mandalay, Rice noodle salad, “Nanlat Thote” ,is a very popular breakfast food. Three size of noodles are used in this salad; small, medium or big. Now I am using middle size noodle in this article. Gravy which includes oil, chili powder and onion mix with meat is the main ingredient of this salad. Fish ball can use instead of meat.

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Mont Bind Htaunt
Meal Of Bamar People

Mont Bind Htaunt is a very traditional breakfast, you in local bazaar till these days. This rice base food is eat together with shred coconut, a cup of green tea and pound mixture of sesame and salt.

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Glutinous Rice Cooked in Oil
Meal Of Bamar People

This is the one of the general snack you can found at every market place in Myanmar. You can easily get this snack in Pagoda Festivals. Myanmar people have this snack in all year round and depend on the place tradition, it accompaniments are boiled garden pea, roasted sesame powder, Fried Onion, Coconut shred, Dried Shrimps or Dried Fishes. Green Tea is always serve with this snack.

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Pennywort Salad
Meal Of Bamar People

In Myanmar word “Ah Thote” means similar to salad in English but not exactly the same. There are very various kinds of “Ah Thote” in Myanmar which are prepare from vegetable leave, fruits, meats, fish etc., Pennywort Salad is make from medicinal plant call Pennywort. This salad can served as appetizer or even as snack.

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Traditional Music and Dance
 
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The Kainari and Kainara Dance
Dance Of Shan People

The Kainari and Kainara duet bird dance is performed on auspicious occasions such as eating the new crop festivals and festivals marking the beginning and end of Buddhist lent.Th...

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Bagan Dance
Dance Of Bamar People

This dance originates from the time of the Pyu kingdoms (5th-10th century). A small number of relatively crude musical instruments were used and the dance style is slow and sedate. ...

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Ramayana dances
Dance Of Bamar People

In 1767, King Hsinbyushin of the Konbaung dynasty brought back Siamese captives to the Inwa (Ava), the kingdom’s capital. Among the captives were Siamese court dancers who per...

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